City of Jamestown To Extend COVID-19 State of Emergency

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JAMESTOWN – The City of Jamestown will be extending its State of Emergency for another 30-days starting Saturday at 9 a.m.

Mayor Eddie Sundquist made the announcement Friday afternoon.







Sundquist says that City Hall remains closed to the public, public garages will remain closed and there will be no downtown parking enforcement through at least May 31.

Although, monthly alternate parking regulations are still in effect.







Playgrounds and basketball courts also remain closed, officials said.

 













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